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This page, from National Aeronautics and Space Administration's Earth Observatory, contains a satellite image of the mouth of the Mississippi River and the nearby Gulf of Mexico. The sediment carried by the river...
Martin Hackworth of Idaho State University has created this lab activity to help students measure the eccentricity of the moon's orbit. Students will need a drafting compass, protractor, vernier caliper, and a personal...
These introductory astronomy tutorials, were developed by Jeff Adam, Ed Prather, Tim Slater, and the Conceptual Astronomy and Physics Education Research (CAPER) Team. This section of the lecture notes provides sample...
This site, created by Phil Goode of New Jersey's Science and Technology University, investigates new ways to measure the earth's albedo (reflected sunlight). The incoming sunlight and the albedo have a significant...
Launched from the Kennedy Space Center on October 18th, 1989, the Galileo spacecraft "changed the way we look at our solar system." This is NASA?s website for the Galileo spacecraft's mission to Jupiter. Galileo was t...
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